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# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
75 Brian Pevarnik OL/DL Sr. 6' 0" 285
2 Trevor Marchiando QB Jr. 5' 11" 150
3 Justin Primm RB/CB Jr. 5' 7" 165
7 Jimmy Murphy TE/DE Sr. 6' 4" 210
15 Sean Ryan WR/QB/K Sr. 6' 6" 220
5 Kevin Williams RB/S Sr. 5' 7" 150
22 Adam Holbrook CB/WR Jr. 5' 8" 155
31 Jacob Hammond LB/WR Sr. 5' 7" 155
38 Kevin Payne WR/CB Sr. 5' 7" 125
50 Paxton Deroma DL Sr. 5' 11" 180
59 Danny Williams OL/DL Sr. 6' 1" 250
61 Steven Thompson OL/DL Sr. 5' 9" 195
54 Kevin Tran OL/DL Sr. 5' 7" 230
88 Keith Colbert TE/DE Jr. 6' 4" 235
4 William Daugherty II CB/RB Jr. 5' 7" 155
1 Michael Lim RB/DL Jr. 5' 11" 185
6 Malik Coleman WR/CB So. 5' 7" 125
17 Aziz Abousam S/WR Jr. 5' 10" 165
29 Dominic Affuso LB/WR Jr. 5' 10" 150
51 Zulfikar Baluch LB/RB Jr. 5' 9" 186
26 Adam Benlemlih TE/DL So. 5' 10" 155
57 Zach Beniemlih OL/DL Jr. 6' 4" 225
24 Ishmael Bobbitt CB/RB So. 5' 10" 165
76 Earl Brewer OL/DL So. 6' 1" 195
11 Wyatt Brooks WR/S Jr. 5' 11" 160
70 Stephon Chester Jr. OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 240
34 Robert Daniels LB Sr. 5' 9" 140
66 Josh Dixon OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 225
71 Charles Dumol Tubilla OL/DL So. 6' 1" 255
25 Damon Williams RB/LB So. 5' 9" 168
20 Sky Younger RB/CB So. 5' 3" 115
53 Mahjoub Ibrahim DL/RB Jr. 5' 9" 180
47 Ishmael Harrison RB/CB Jr. 5' 8" 150
56 Garrett Lopes OL/DL So. 5' 9" 161
60 Niko Falconer OL/DL So. 5' 6" 178
8 Jalen Fant WR/RB So. 5' 10" 145
64 Joseph Graef OL/DL So. 5' 10" 170
52 Andrew Grainge OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 185
12 Bryce Johnson QB So. 5' 11" 160
86 Michael Jung OL/DL So. 5' 7" 150
72 Connor Kirley OL/DL So. 6' 1" 215
58 Mason Koerner OL/DL So. 5' 8" 160
13 Xhavier Mason CB/RB Sr. 5' 10" 170
69 Deonja McCrimmon OL/OL Jr. 6' 0" 220
78 Ryan McGuire OL/DL So. 6' 2" 270
68 Omar Mneimneh OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 245
82 Ayan Neupane OL/DL So. 5' 7" 140
44 Chris Nguyen WR/CB So. 5' 8" 155
14 Jake O'Brien QB So. 5' 7" 165
23 Jordan Radoll WR/LB Sr. 6' 3" 195
55 Kurshat Reheman DL Sr. 6' 3" 270
62 Talis Roberson OL/DL Jr. 6' 1" 270
33 Ben Robertson LB So. 5' 11" 180
40 Daniel Rodriquez WR/CB Sr. 5' 8" 160
84 Stephen Sergio OL/DL Fr. 6' 1" 160
35 Ademide Shittu RB/CB So. 5' 8" 177
18 Justin Thomas TE/DL So. 6' 0" 190
32 Logan Tucker WR/CB So. 5' 6" 130
65 Alex Urquilla OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 220
28 Kalvin Vannavong S/WR Jr. 6' 0" 140
10 Francisco Vasquez RB/LB/K So. 5' 10" 170
63 Jose Vasquez OL/DL Sr. 5' 11" 210
21 Bryon Violante RB/LB/K Jr. 5' 7" 155
42 Ed Weekly LB Jr. 5' 11" 190
73 Shonn Vicente OL/DL Jr. 6' 1" 230
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